taped/transfered by Rob Clarke RobClarke.km184 -AT- gmail.com
disc 1 (set 1)
01. Jam ->
02. Doin That Rag
03. Deep Elem Blues ->*
04. Brown Eyed Women*
05. Next Time You See Me
06. Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)
disc 2 (set 2):
01. All Along The Watchtower ->
02. St. Stephen ->
03. Help On the Way ->Slipknot ->
04. Nobody Girl ->
05. China Doll ->
06. Nobody Girl ->
07. I Know You Rider ->
08. Slipknot ->
09. Franklin's Tower
disc 3 (encores):
01. Donor Rap/Intros
02. Going Down The Road Feeling Bad
03. Box Of Rain (w/o Trey)
* with Mike Gordon on banjo
2nd Set with Trey Anastasio
crowd noise between set 2 and encore removed
to burn on 2 audio CDs either
put the encores (disc 3) at the end of disc 1
Start disc 2 with Help on the Way (d2t03)
Phil Lesh (bass, vocals)
Joan Osborne (lead vocals)
John Molo (drums)
Rob Barraco (keys)
Larry Campbell (guitar+)
July 5, 2014 Subject:
Indeed a beautiful recording - the band is exciting to listen to and fun; I actually enjoy that 50-minute set 1 better than set 2 - with the former they really do bring an insane excitement to what could be coming; check that Brown-Eyed Women...
...and Trey delivers the supreme goods on that St. Stephen. I mean, holy moly! I'm not big on the big ballad break there in the middle - is it just me or does China Doll sound off-key? oh well, no matter - that Slipknot > Franklin's Tower brings it home.
October 28, 2010 Subject:
i love joan shows !!!!
October 27, 2010 Subject:
Very fine recording
I agree with all the postings and wanted to add that Rob Barraco is a fine vocalist. I really enjoy his take on doin that rag. Thanks Phil and thanks to the efforts of the tapers to make these very fine performances available.
September 28, 2007 Subject:
Kudos Rob Clarke
What a sweet sounding recording. All audience recordings should sound this good. Phil comes through nice and phat in the mix. Turn the volumn up and enjoy. Trey bashers might even enjoy this show. The St. Stephen shreds!
Nice job Rob Clarke.
December 19, 2006 Subject:
Had to be there
I see alot of reviews stabbing phil's singing, and alot defending him against his transplant. I was at this show and it was magic. Perhaps one of the best concerts in my life. I pray that phil and trey tour next year because I will follow.
The parking lots were happenin. Tents, vendors, i felt like I was at a festie in the tweeter center parking lot. I went jus ta few weeks later to a CSNY show there and th eparking lot was dead.
Between the music and the vibes, probably one of the great collaborations of our time, see them if they tour again
Reviewer:Half A Sandwich
December 14, 2006 Subject:
what a fun summer night!
Golden road was my favorite
November 8, 2006 Subject:
yea sooo good. if only you could hear mike's banjo though. but you can't get everything you want i guess.
September 29, 2006 Subject:
phil and trey connected like they were meant to be....i was there and it was out of control. st. stephen was definitly the peak of the whole night...encore was lacking but still ok...joan was great and so was the rest of the band.
July 22, 2006 Subject:
trey is fantabulous. he hits all the right notes. love larry, but for my 2cents, he's a more conventional player. nothing wrong with that, and he's got his chops dialed. it's simply a matter of taste. you know, some prefer the pinot, some prefer the merlot. that way, we have a variety of elements to enjoy on the buffet table. for me, it isn't the middle break of china doll, it's trey's percussive float out of the tune that carries water here. and how. joan's vocals are lovely. rob barraco is the man, been following his keys for 10 years now. molo is a monster of the octupi varieti. larry has his rock school of dylan dialed. and phil is THE man.
oh yeah, many kudos to rob clarke for both immediacy AND quality. righteous.
(four stars? aw, come on y'all; it didn't quite maintain that je ne sais quois if you know what i mean.)
July 22, 2006 Subject:
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July 21, 2006 Subject:
That's Thursday night's show at Great Woods...trust me, I was 8th row center.
Fine recording here...compliments the musical mountains climbed & conquered during the second set.
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